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City of Dreams Manila to suspend 100 workers

Melco Crown Philippines, which operates the City of Dreams Manila, said it would suspend about 100 workers after it posted a wider net loss...

Melco Crown says conditions satisfied for de-listing

Melco Crown Entertainment Limited announced that the conditions for the proposed de-listing from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange have all been satisfied.  The last day...

Melco Crown to delist shares from Hong Kong

Melco Crown Entertainment says its Board approved a delisting from the Hong Kong exchange due to the high cost of maintaining a listing and...

Philippine regulator okays Sinophil name change to Premium Entertainment

Sinophil Corporation (SINO), which has interests in resorts, casinos, hotels, horseracing, and landholding operations has received approval from the Philippines Stock Exchange to change...

Belle begins pre-marketing for $200 mln Sinophil share sale

Belle Corp has begun the pre-marketing for the sale of a stake worth about $200 million in its separately traded Sinophil unit to expand...

Hollywood heart throbs to star in Melco Studio City film

Director Martin Scorsese had agreed to direct a short film starring Hollywood heavyweights Robert DeNiro, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt to publicize the opening...

Premium Leisure to consider further opportunities with Melco

Premium Leisure Corp, which was formerly known as Sinophil, said it will examine additional opportunities for expansion in the gambling market that may include...
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